We hear it again and again: The U.S. K-12 education system is in crisis. In its 2015 report, the National Assessment of Educational Progress, otherwise known as “The Nation’s Report Card,” revealed that
It's called the Google Cloud Vision API, and it's based on the same "machine learning" technology that underpins the hit Google Photos app. Thanks to the massive amount of information that users are uploading
The goal of a startup is to not be a startup forever. No startup wants to be a startup forever. Sure, its founders may want to have the same hustle, drive, determination, and innovation throughout its
As an entrepreneur, you're a risk-taker in a free market economy. Unfortunately, the "risk" part of that definition leaves open the possibility that your business could fail. Since that's obviously something
There is much talk these days that startup valuations have decreased and may continue to do so and that the amount of time it takes to fund raise may take longer. As I have pointed out in previous posts,
Wireless charging hasn't really set the world on fire. Since the Palm Pre first introduced us to the idea at CES 2009, a few companies have added similar functionality to their phones and smartwatches.
Just a year and a half ago it was valued at less than $10 billion. The company put up $12 billion in revenues in 2014. So how has it done it? A new report by Bernstein Research sheds new light on the company,
Jet.com will give you the lowest price on the Web. And then make it even lower. As far as hype goes, Jet.com is near the top in the e-commerce industry right now. Founded by the guy behind Diapers.com,